PERSONAL ALCOHOL LICENCE TRAINING COURSE KIDDERMINSTER BROMYARD WORCESTER LEOMINSTER STOURPORT
To obtain a PERSONAL LICENCE, you will need to gain a certificate to demonstrate that you have passed a Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders. I deliver this one–day course and exam, at your premises, on a date to suit you. Please call me, Johnny Walker, on 07970 134 730 for availability. I can usually fix up a date that is suitable.
I have a 99% exam pass rate. You will be in safe hands. If you have not sat an exam for many years, RELAX, I will guide you through the syllabus and explain how all the pieces fit together.
A PERSONAL LICENCE permits a person to sell and authorise the supply of alcohol at licensed premises. Every premises where alcohol is sold (except under a Temporary Event Notice) must also have a Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS), who must be the holder of a PERSONAL LICENCE.
A person giving a TEN may authorise the sale of alcohol under their notice and will not need to hold a PERSONAL LICENCE.
In exceptional circumstances, a Designated Premises Supervisor may not be required if a premises licence permits the sale of alcohol at a village hall or church hall.
There is no limit to the number of PERSONAL LICENCE holders who may work at a premises, although each individual may only hold one PERSONAL LICENCE.
- the completed licence application form
- a completed criminal record declaration
- 2 passport sized photographs, 1 endorsed
- the fee of £37
- the original criminal record disclosure (from the DBS) – no more than 1 month old
- the original qualification certificate (Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders) –
If you change your name, address or any other detail shown on your licence, you must notify the licensing authority who originally granted the PERSONAL LICENCE. This must be done within a reasonable period of time. The cost of this procedure is £10.50
PERSONAL LICENCE holders also have a duty to notify the licensing authority if they have been convicted of a relevant or foreign offence. Relevant offences are listed in Schedule 4 to the Licensing Act 2003, as amended.
A failure by a PERSONAL LICENCE holder to notify a change of name or address or of any relevant or foreign convictions is an offence, punishable on summary conviction, by a fine not exceeding £500.
Call Johnny Walker on 07970 134 730 for free advice on how to get licensed to spill.